Yes I'm asking for you to pick three. The rules are the IP has had to be dormant for at least the last consoles generation.
2. Ninja Gaiden
3. Legacy of Kain
Half these are EA owned titles... so even if they brought them back they'd have an uphill battle to be released clean without online drm and lootbox content... so there isn't much hope.
Freespace (FS2 ended on a bit of a downer). I would love a good ol mission based space arcade game (not really a sim). add starlancer and crimson skies (planes in the sky rather than ships in space but still quite similar under the hood). It's a shame MS are just sitting on the latter 2.
F-Zero and wipeout (yeah ok i am just cheating at this point :P.). in VR. Joy puke everywhere :D. i have tried ballisticNG in VR and its pretty cool but it wasn't built with VR in mind.
Followed by Socom and Commandos (which I think it's coming back)
We are getting a return of Commandos, they are making an entirely new game in the franchise.
In the mean time check out Desperados III, it's launching soon.
Also +1 for SOCOM!
Ninja Gaiden - Nioh is ok, but ain't got nothing on NG
Burnout or Midnight Club - need an arcade racer that isn't NFS
Dino Crisis or Turok. Just want to shoot some dinos. Second Extinction might fill that void
Agreed. I really enjoyed the first Nioh but the second one felt like the exact same game. I was pissed we didn't get a Ninja gaiden sequel instead.
1. Warhammer 40,000
I think would require a PlatinumGames-developed character action game focused on the Adepta Sororitas (Sisters of Battle for all you Low Gothic speakers). A game as i'd describe would set the standards to be followed by other studios working with WH40K.
2. Operation: Inner Space
A really obscure Windows 3.1 game that I think would only work as a PC exclusive, since the levels are generated by the files on your computers. It is also probably the first video game to feature a system for AI faction wars and even to this day, I still find them pretty fun to participate in (though the battlefield is significantly smaller because there's only so much you can do in your dedicated DOSBOX C Drive)
3. Heroes of Might and Magic
At this point, the Might and Magic franchise has no use for Ubisoft and would make a lot more money from it by auctioning it off to another publisher. While real-time strategy seems like it's stuck where it is with Relic being the only innovator, there seems to be a lot more that can be done with a turn-based strategy game, especially one that encourages exploration, looting and leveling.
Bad Company 2 had the some of most impressive multiplayer ever. The sound was unmatched. It's shocking they have not brought the game back. I love the older CODs and BC2 multi is very different. More strategic. The buildings could be brought down/damaged. The BF series hasn't reached its heights since then.
Anyone else play BC2?
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